Attending a concert is one of the greatest experiences a music fan could have. Seeing their favorite band or artist perform live can make any music fan dance and sing along.
Unfortunately, we can’t always head out to watch the musicians we love.
Here’s where virtual reality steps in. VR has the potential to open up a different type of concert experience. If you can’t catch a live performance in person, experiencing the concert through VR would be the next best thing. With the apps listed below, you can have a an immersive concert experience... without the hassle of getting stuck in the middle of a sweaty crowd.
Why settle for experiencing Jack White's music the old-fashioned way, when you can immerse yourself in his music via a full-blown VR app? In his VR concert, the genius behind the White Stripes and The Raconteurs serves up rip-roaring renditions of “Freedom at 21” and “Ball and Biscuit” direct from Boston's Bleacher Theater, as well as “Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground” from the famed Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado.
No more lonely nights for you as Sir Paul McCartney comes to virtual life whenever, wherever you want. By using your Google Cardboard kit, you get to experience a romp-stomping rendition of his classic tune Live and Let Die. With its full 360-degree view, the app puts you right in the thick of the action..
If you prefer electronic beats, and booty-thumping bass, Rave Simulator may just be the right one for you to groove to. While it doesn’t offer the type of concert experience the aforementioned apps do, Rave Simulator definitely lives up to its name, albeit with a strange twist. With the app fired up, you'll enter a VR rave... complete with skeletal ravers. Although the experience can get repetitive quite fast (it would be a lot cooler if you could choose the music to party to), the app is good enough for some trippy fun .
These are a few of the virtual reality music apps available right now that genuine lovers of music would enjoy.